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Blog Posts in June, 2020

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  • Can’t pay your Texas child support because of coronavirus?
    Can’t pay your Texas child support because of coronavirus?

    One of the many impacts of the coronavirus this past year has been a government LED shutdown of the economy. Originally, the idea for the shutdown as I'm sure we all remember was to flatten the curve ...

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  • What do you need to include on a pre-divorce checklist in Texas?
    What do you need to include on a pre-divorce checklist in Texas?

    Have you started thinking about a divorce from your spouse? What sort of plan(s) do you have in mind as far as collecting information and figuring out what you want to see happen in regard to your ...

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  • Child abuse and neglect on the rise and harder to detect during COVID-19
    Child abuse and neglect on the rise and harder to detect during COVID-19

    Child abuse and neglect are two of the most difficult topics to discuss in relation to Texas family law. Divorces and child custody cases are the most frequent types of family law matters not a lawyer ...

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  • Planning a divorce means making your list (and checking it twice)
    Planning a divorce means making your list (and checking it twice)

    Those who fail to prepare are preparing to fail. That is what I tell people that are, like you, considering a divorce from their spouse. Whatever your specific circumstances are, no matter how unique ...

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  • Child Abuse and the Texas Stay at Home order
    Child Abuse and the Texas Stay at Home order

    In attempting to restrict the spread of the coronavirus many counties in Texas initially encouraged staying at home. The various stay at home orders that were implemented impacted families beyond ...

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  • Getting a divorce when you have children but no legal representation in Texas
    Getting a divorce when you have children but no legal representation in Texas

    In the event that you and your spouse are getting a divorce and you are not represented by an attorney then today’s blog post should be helpful to you. In most divorce decrees a parenting plan will be ...

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